Rebels remain No. 3

Ole Miss remains No. 3 in the AP Top 25 and is still getting three first place votes. Mississippi State remains No. 1, Florida State No. 2. Full poll here. The Rebels also remain No. 3 in the coaches poll

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Rebels have top scoring defense in nation

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen It’s official. Another dominating performance by Ole Miss coupled with a season-high point total allowed by Stanford has the Rebels on top of the nation in scoring defense. Ole Miss only gave up a field

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Day After Observations

Notes and observations from the Rebels’ 34-3 win over Tennessee … It was highly unusual to see Bo Wallace complete less than 50 percent of his pass attempts. That’s not terrible surprising. Tennessee has some talent in the secondary. The

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Video Blog: Engram talks TD catch, stingy defense

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram only had one catch in Saturday’s 34-3 win over Tennessee, but it went for a touchdown. Engram and the No. 3 Rebels remained one of just four undefeated teams

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Final: Ole Miss 34, Tennessee 3

The Rebels were not very good offensively early in the game, but Hugh Freeze said that had a lot to do with being conservative and just trying to pick his attack spots and play behind a defense that continues to

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Ole Miss, Tennessee Rapid Reaction

With Brandon Speck of the Daily Journal:

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HALFTIME: Ole Miss 14, Tennessee 3

To the casual eye it may look like the Rebels have been efficient in the first half. On defense they have. It took until the final minutes of the second quarter before the Rebels began to show some proficiency on

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Game Day: Tennessee at Ole Miss

During a break in production Friday afternoon Tim Tebow attracted a crowd in the Grove: The Finebaum Show was on campus but was produced inside the mobile truck. Vols wary of Rebels’ secondary Wallace and the Heisman: Just win baby

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Opponent Q-and-A

Special thanks to Jimmy Hyams, the afternoon host on The Sports Animal (WNML AM-FM) in Knoxville, Tenn., for this week’s opponent Q-and-A. Q: How would you assess the Vols’ performances against Oklahoma and Georgia, two other ranked teams they’ve faced on the

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning … A statistical dead heat between the Arkansas and Georgia rushing offenses: Statistical dead heat: Arkansas has 268 rushes for 1,672 yards (6.2 a carry) and 21 TDs. Georgia has 264 for 1,654

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Archie Manning talks Ole Miss-Tenneesee series

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen There was a time when the Ole Miss Rebels and Tennessee Volunteers crossed paths on the gridiron on a yearly basis. Former Ole Miss standout Archie Manning played in a few of those battles with

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Talking SEC Football

Daily Journal staff talks, Ole Miss, MSU and the rest of the league right here:

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Ole Miss defense wants to make sure it closes games strong

In the grand scheme of things Texas A&M’s last-play touchdown was rather meaningless last week and did nothing to change the fact that the Ole Miss defense had out-performed the Aggies’ offense for most of four quarters. Narrowing that focus

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